Posts tagged with Motion Graphics
29 July 2010 - Fox Trot
So here he is… the dancing fool in all his furry glory. Mr. Fox is making the moves and dancing his underwear off (please note, he has none). However, as Mr. Fox rocked the floor, the client danced around the subject and never picked up the spot. No problemo, this party animal will be filed [...]
30 May 2010 - Inspiration = Creation (cont’d.)
As the ideas kept rushing at me, I was finally able to let one transcend. Following extensive research, I unearthed some valuable information, which made me realize that my piece would work the best as an ode to the glory days of the Hotel Rosslyn. It had to have an old feeling that could compliment [...]
8 May 2010 - Oh no, you can’t do that!
“The client would never go for it”, my EP asserted. Whaaat? O.K., here’s the scenario. I had to create an end tag for an upcoming commercial project. I made a few mock ups but first I was asked to keep it simple and tone down the movements. “Nothing crazy, alright?” Not a problem, but it [...]
22 December 2009 - Motion Tracking + Light Writing
Light writing was was all the craze in 2008 (i.e. Sprint commercials) but I never had the time, or the means, to mess with it. Well, the time has come! …even if I’m two years late. The principal behind this effect is to motion track a fluid movement to which you then apply a streaking [...]
13 December 2009 - Bridesmaid – Title Design
Bridesmaid, a short film by Jennifer Sanderson, is now ready to hit the 2010 festival circuit! The story has a fresh spin on the tradition of marriage, offering a few turns and surprises along the way. Jennifer, who’s not only a talented writer/director but also a super-nice person, was a pleasure to work with. (And [...]
24 November 2009 - Revolt Promo
Revolt is one of the the best companies around LA and creating the Unite & Fight promo was a blast. I’ve never had this much input from the owners of a company, yet so much creative control. Looking forward to the next one.